A landmark of Summer Hill, St Andrews Anglican Church was established in 1881.
Did you know that the large church isn't the oldest building on the site? The building to the right now considered the hall was built in 1881. Later the larger church building was built in two stages, the first completed in 1885 containing no front section or spire until stage two completed the spire and western front section of the church in 1904.
As you enter the church there are some interesting features. The flowers in between the arches are each differently carved and some feature the architect and his dog. You will notice a real mix of architectural stylings being a turn of the century (1900) building and of course the predominating glass displays on each end. It is just a building but contains some interesting history and a reminder of the church fashions in days gone past.